Senior House Prize Giving

On Tuesday 10th July, Senior House attended their Prize Giving Ceremony at the lovely church of St John the Baptist in Belmont. Sadly, this is the last Prize Giving for our Form VI girls as they prepare to leave Seaton House, to go to senior school in September.  As usual, our girls played and sang beautifully. Our guest speaker, Sam Power, Australian Porsche Supercup Driver, gave a powerful speech, reminding us to follow our dreams and to never, ever give up.  More speeches from Mrs Morrison, our Headmistress and Mrs Evans, our Chair of Governors, were followed by the presentation of awards and trophies for our Senior House pupils.  Well done everyone.  Then it was the final song by Form VI, as the afternoon drew to a close.  Congratulations and very best wishes to our Form VI girls.  We will miss you.

Reception Class Celebration Assembly

This afternoon, Reception Class invited parents to our special assembly, a lovely, joyful celebration of all the wonderful things we have done during this academic year. We song lots of songs – some in French! – and we really enjoyed ourselves. Thank you to all our parents who came to watch us. Happy holidays!

Form V Assembly – Our Mums are Superheroes!

This morning, Form V invited us to their assembly on strong women we admire – famous actresses, doctors, politicians, sportswomen – strong women, often from very poor backgrounds, who have worked tirelessly to help others, to make the world a better place and to become the leaders of their field. We then looked at our teachers and staff and all their wonderful qualities that make Seaton House a very special place. Then we decided that the real superheroes are our mums, our lovely mums who love us unreservedly and who support, encourage and help us in everything we do. Thank you mum. xxxx

Roman Centurion Day

Earlier this week, Lucius Felix Sylvanus, a Roman Centurion, came to Seaton House to tell Senior House pupils what is was like to be a centurion in Roman times. He told us all about life in the army and about living in a Roman villa. He showed us how to prepare a feast, including salad in an elephant’s trunk, peacock’s brains and for dessert, honeyed dormice. This was a fantastic, funny and very informative morning. Thank you Mrs Wilson for arranging it for us.